Grand Space Opera 2D Entry: Maciej Kuciara

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  01 January 2005
Thanks for posting closeups. It's already my favourite image made by You and as i can see it is going to look even better . i wolud suggest adding some elements made of different material though. Everything seems to be made of stone. It might look interesting to have some more shiney or reflective materials somewhere. Great work so far. Good luck mate!
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  01 January 2005
Final Coloring: The Messenger

There\'s not much left :) I think picture will be finished late tonight. For the last step I\'ll do postroduction. Hope It will look a little better ;)
Thanks for all of your copmments!
And wish me luck!
  01 January 2005
brilliant work man, the latest post has an amazing amount of detail, i think the lighting is certainly one if its strong points. unfortunately i dont have any crits for you, just thought id compliment you and wish you luck
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  01 January 2005
i'm a next guy without any crits to post... just compliments.
great mood and detail. nicely done.
waiting for the last touch...
  01 January 2005
Hey Tiger,

Stunning piece. I really enjoy this one. I'd only suggest to add a little rim light to pop those red robed characters out a bit more from the shadows behind them. And perhaps darken the value of the sky at the very top left of the image, just that sliver and triangle behind the statue - my eye keeps remembering that jumping while I'm looking around your image. Real nitpics, as it's almost there.

Great work!

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Patrick Jensen
  01 January 2005
Always nice pic extremly detailled, an oceanic ambiance, i like this pic, good work
  01 January 2005
Outstanding work. It's a joy to look through all the details.
The perspective is also quite interesting - much like a wide angle lense - well done.

Maybe try a few faint lense filter gradients over the sky - give it a try it may enhance that cinematic feel you've created.

I look forward to the final image - all the best.
  01 January 2005
Hi Tiger1313. It's amazing, it has many of the qualities that I love in SF art. Excellent architecture too, it's spot on. I'd prefer it without those streams of airborne vehicles, making the mix of ancient civilisation / futuristic vehicle even more pronounced. But I'll take it just as it is, it's just beautiful.
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  01 January 2005
Beautiful!~! Congratulations on finishing your entry, your entry has a great sense of scale, nice colours and great visuals, Good luck!
  01 January 2005
Final Image: The Messenger

Ok here's the final image. I won't have time to work on it tommorow and the final tif have to be uploaded :(
Thanks for all the comments you gave me!

  01 January 2005

Great image Maciej

I whish you the best luck for the final
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  01 January 2005
Perfect rendering technique.. I wish I could do that.. Anyway, congatulations on ur final piece, its an awesome one, one of my favorite. Right now I see some things that could make it even more grand (at least for me), like painting a great wall in the back instead of those seperate buildings, but the way it is now is still one of the best. Good luck! I wish u all the best.. coz u r a very good artist!
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  01 January 2005
Great Work!!you have my vote


  01 January 2005
very inspiring` like someone else said

its a narrative of its own` great work`

you have my vote! and good luck with everything
that you continue to do`

  02 February 2005
Thought it looked familiar to me...hmmm
Like one of Dusso's Matte Paintings.
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